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FINCHLEY ST^ipLE-CHASE*.—Ma»ch 28

... means of large printed notices, not to trespass ii|Kin it. The llrovnis, Smiths, and Joneses, were a» usual as thick as blackberries in October.'and really believe that the majority of spectators were more amused at th-ir futile attempts to “come the grand” ...

HOUSE OF COMMONS

... brought J**,. several Liberal Governments t.nce 1805, and showed thst, so far »* Li dents would go. he had them plenty as blackberries claimed oredilforthe Government for having endeavoured to lilies m Ireland, and declared that would be worse than madness-it ...

FIGHTS TO COME

... had no difficulty in gathering his gooseberries, but the Deaf-un did not find that his admirers were quite so thick as blackberries in autumn, and however prompt to promise when nnder the influence of champagne, after its effervesence had subsided they ...

LONDON, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1843

... compelled to do justice—like Falstaff, they would not render justice compulsion, no, though the reasons for it were plentiful blackberries. They never (we must do them this justice) ha.l the audacity to proclaim in so many words that the general assembly might ...

■AST SUSSEX HOUNDS

... Vl e direct across the enclosures to the Lullums, ra rife 'lnd grass countr>- to Laughton-place; the Pace plentiful as blackberries, soon rendered this field t* amusing. Men and horses on opposite sides of the ddchea-some others pulling and whipping-lots ...

Mr RichudMQ’s bd d Dirt

... the winner ran the deciding course under many vantages: she had not previously had what could be called a severe courae. Blackberry, though put out by her in the first ties, being of matenal assistance to her in running the bye of the fourth where in, ...

Sir ••mo'. •Mblir,» H«ra«n M»

... •on th. «ip. The GoBMANiTOW* Staem. Mr A. Smith'* „ ,b«et Mr Smith’* bk d Repealer Mr Hen'lerron’* b Weel Browne’* bk b Blackberry Mr llend*r*on’* d Prince Edward .. TUdall • Briar Maggie Sleeping heat Moina I Smoker beat Sweetheart Prince Bdward bya ...

MtMWhlpeit Lon«d*l« * ■ Cockptn Horaea marked thus * are In toe Derby, t the Oak*, X 8t I-eger

... Pegasua, will recollectw, could not see how the old mare cou'd beaten, an opinion in which prophets, and they are plentiful blackberries,” appear to have concuirrt, but he had the judgment to select Queen Mab likely ahow in a good place, and in the three other ...

ins •are in the Derby, t the Oaks, t 8* Lfftr,

... interest after he winning chair. Pegasus.” will recollected, d mare con'd beaten, an opinion in which alt the plentiful as blackberries.” appear to have concuired, pnt to select Queen Mah likely to show in a good ther races on which he touched to nick out ...

Mold (Eaton

... jelagh d M, Ti.dkl.’. TanM, Pandora . .. Smith’s r d Maguire’s ,b «J^ ran bye Mr Kcl ell’s Katennabve _■ . I Shflagb beat Blackberry Vnatnr seat Mickey rrws i s ran bye Swan beat Queen J tiubbcrawu.'y ran bye F.rupres* b«at Raiabow Katc !, drt 111. Oublewruny ...